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Cedar Creek & Belle Grove NHP
A collection of images from the site
A front view of Belle Grove plantation house.
Belle Grove porch
Two historical interpreters in Civil War era garb stand on the front porch of Belle Grove plantation house.
Belle Grove chamber
Two living history interpreters in period attire sit and work in one of the house's chambers (bedrooms).
Belle Grove kitchen
Two living history interpreters in period clothing demonstrate food preparation in the house's kitchen.
Belle Grove kitchen, 2nd view
A living history interpreter demonstrating food preparation.
Belle Grove parlor
A living history interpreter in Civil War era attire, present to describe part of daily life in the plantation house.
Bowman Cemetery front gate
The front entrance gate to the cemetery, with the Bowman name clearly noted in a metal plaque on the gate.
Cedar Creek Crossing
Detail image of the area where Confederate troops forded the creek and successfully attacked Union forces.
An early settlement site on the Shenandoah River, and had also been known as Fort Bowman
This small, white clapboard structure and its property witnessed the 1864 Battle of Cedar Creek.
Battle of Cedar Creek scene 1
A long line of re-enactors portraying Union soldiers under Gen. Phil Sheridan at the Battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864
Battle of Cedar Creek scene 2
A few reenactors talk to some visitors attending the day's battle reenactment.
Isaac Bowman gravestone
The gravestone of Isaac S. Bowman
Last updated: August 1, 2014